The Columbus suburb of Grandview Heights still maintains their original two fire apparatus.
Pumper 1 is a 1924 Seagrave, and Quad 2 is a 1936 Seagrave. Per the firefighter I talked to, it is the first fire apparatus ever equipped with crosslays.
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The modern apparatus of Grandview Heights.
Engine 51
2014 Sutphen Shield
1500/750/20
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Medic 51 and Medic 52
Freightliner/Horton ambulances. Medic 52 serves as the spare, and still carries the older full yellow design
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Prevention Officer 51
Ford F250
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I can't say that I'm a fan of the paint job on the engine. Some red paint would fix that!
 
I can't say that I'm a fan of the paint job on the engine. Some red paint would fix that!
Their previous engine was all yellow, like the Medic 52. Supposedly with the new rig, the wanted to transition back to red while referencing the historic yellow. It looks to me like they got the worst of both worlds as a result.
 
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